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Community Christian School

Here at CCS Uniforms are required for all students enrolled in K3-12th Grade. Uniforms may be purchased from Dennis Uniform, Lands End or Everyday Apparel, excluding uniform shoes and socks. The Community logo is required on all pants, shorts, shirts, sweaters, vests, and jackets and is only available through Dennis Uniform, Lands End or Everyday Apparel. 

To Order Dennis Uniforms:

To Order Lands End Uniforms:

To Order Everyday Image Solutions & Uniforms:

  • In-store shopping Only
    Address: 411 McDonough Pkwy, McDonough, GA 30253
  • Phone: 770.898.0184

At Community Christian School, we expect students to comply with a code of dress and general appearance that is consistent with our mission and (1) reflects current and future godly leaders, (2) provides a common and unifying appearance for CCS students, and (3) does not distract from our main purpose of providing the highest quality Christian educational experience possible.

Uniforms are required for all Kindergarten through 12th grade students. Uniform shirts are required for all K3 and K4 students. All uniform items must be purchased from Dennis Uniforms, Lands End or Everyday Image Solutions, excluding uniform shoes, socks and belts.

Students must wear the school uniform daily except for any announced non-uniform days. If a student comes to school out of uniform, parents may be called to bring the uniform so the student may attend class. Students must wear shirt tails tucked in at all times while on campus. All skirt and skort hems should not be more than 3 inches above the knee.

Uniforms must not be cut or frayed. Undergarments other than undershirts should not be visible. All undershirts should be solid white with the exception of the CCS PE uniform shirt, which may be worn as an undershirt with uniform polo shirts. Undershirts should not be seen through the shirts. Students are not permitted to wear long-sleeved undershirts under the short-sleeved uniform shirts.

Students are expected to be well-groomed, neatly dressed, and to exhibit good hygiene while on the campus. Only girls may wear earrings, and earrings should be both small in size and traditional in style. Students are not allowed to wear head coverings in the classroom or any indoor facility.Any forms of dress, jewelry, make-up, hair style, hair coloring, or elements of personal appearance which are considered by administration to be extreme, distracting, or disruptive are not allowed. Hair accessories should not be large, extreme, or distracting. Students may color their hair and/or faces in school or other specified colors on announced spirit days only. Boys’ hair should be neatly groomed in a conservative style. Length should not exceed the upper range of the shoulders. Boys may not wear jewelry/accessories in their hair. 

A note on hair color, for both boys and girls: Any artificial hair coloring, dyes, or accents should reflect naturally occurring human hair color. Moreover, artificial contrasts in hair color that do not reflect those occurring naturally for children and adolescents will not be allowed. Hair accessories should coordinate with the colors of the uniform, black, navy, or white and should not be large or distracting.

Administration reserves the right to determine compliance with the uniform policies. Students and parents are encouraged to seek guidance from their child’s teacher and, if necessary, their child’s administrator on questions regarding uniforms or dress code prior to making purchases or decisions about their child’s appearance.

 Students may not wear navy pants with a navy or black shirt.

Dennis: 23-24 Elem. Boys Uniform Guidance Flyer K-3

Lands End: 23-24 Elem. Boys Uniform Flyer K-3

At Community Christian School, we expect students to comply with a code of dress and general appearance that is consistent with our mission and (1) reflects current and future godly leaders, (2) provides a common and unifying appearance for CCS students, and (3) does not distract from our main purpose of providing the highest quality Christian educational experience possible.

Uniforms are required for all Kindergarten through 12th grade students. Uniform shirts are required for all K3 and K4 students. All uniform items must be purchased from Dennis Uniforms, Lands End or Everyday Image Solutions, excluding uniform shoes, socks and belts.

Students must wear the school uniform daily except for any announced non-uniform days. If a student comes to school out of uniform, parents may be called to bring the uniform so the student may attend class. Students must wear shirt tails tucked in at all times while on campus. All skirt and skort hems should not be more than 3 inches above the knee.

Uniforms must not be cut or frayed. Undergarments other than undershirts should not be visible. All undershirts should be solid white with the exception of the CCS PE uniform shirt, which may be worn as an undershirt with uniform polo shirts. Undershirts should not be seen through the shirts. Students are not permitted to wear long-sleeved undershirts under the short-sleeved uniform shirts.

Students are expected to be well-groomed, neatly dressed, and to exhibit good hygiene while on the campus. Students may not have visible tattoos or body piercings on campus or at school-related activities. Only girls may wear earrings, and earrings should be both small in size and traditional in style. Students are not allowed to wear head coverings in the classroom or any indoor facility.Any forms of dress, jewelry, make-up, hair style, hair coloring, or elements of personal appearance which are considered by administration to be extreme, distracting, or disruptive are not allowed. Hair accessories should not be large, extreme, or distracting. Students may color their hair and/or faces in school or other specified colors on announced spirit days only. Boys’ hair should be neatly groomed in a conservative style. Length should not exceed the upper range of the shoulders. Boys may not wear jewelry/accessories in their hair. Boys are not permitted to have facial hair.

A note on hair color, for both boys and girls: Any artificial hair coloring, dyes, or accents should reflect naturally occurring human hair color. Moreover, artificial contrasts in hair color that do not reflect those occurring naturally for children and adolescents will not be allowed. Hair accessories should coordinate with the colors of the uniform, black, navy, or white and should not be large or distracting.

Administration reserves the right to determine compliance with the uniform policies. Students and parents are encouraged to seek guidance from their child’s teacher and, if necessary, their child’s administrator on questions regarding uniforms or dress code prior to making purchases or decisions about their child’s appearance.

Students may not wear navy pants with a navy or black shirt.

Dennis: 23-24 Elem. Girls Uniform Guidance Flyer K-3

Lands End: 23-24 Elem. Girls Uniform K-3

At Community Christian School, we expect students to comply with a code of dress and general appearance that is consistent with our mission and (1) reflects current and future godly leaders, (2) provides a common and unifying appearance for CCS students, and (3) does not distract from our main purpose of providing the highest quality Christian educational experience possible.

Uniforms are required for all Kindergarten through 12th grade students. Uniform shirts are required for all K3 and K4 students. All uniform items must be purchased from Dennis Uniforms, Lands End or Everyday Image Solutions, excluding uniform shoes, socks and belts.

Students must wear the school uniform daily except for any announced non-uniform days. If a student comes to school out of uniform, parents may be called to bring the uniform so the student may attend class. Students must wear shirt tails tucked in at all times while on campus. All skirt and skort hems should not be more than 3 inches above the knee.

Uniforms must not be cut or frayed. Undergarments other than undershirts should not be visible. All undershirts should be solid white with the exception of the CCS PE uniform shirt, which may be worn as an undershirt with uniform polo shirts. Undershirts should not be seen through the shirts. Students are not permitted to wear long-sleeved undershirts under the short-sleeved uniform shirts.

Students are expected to be well-groomed, neatly dressed, and to exhibit good hygiene while on the campus. Students may not have visible tattoos or body piercings on campus or at school-related activities. Only girls may wear earrings, and earrings should be both small in size and traditional in style. Students are not allowed to wear head coverings in the classroom or any indoor facility.Any forms of dress, jewelry, make-up, hair style, hair coloring, or elements of personal appearance which are considered by administration to be extreme, distracting, or disruptive are not allowed. Hair accessories should not be large, extreme, or distracting. Students may color their hair and/or faces in school or other specified colors on announced spirit days only. Boys’ hair should be neatly groomed in a conservative style. Length should not exceed the upper range of the shoulders. Boys may not wear jewelry/accessories in their hair. 

A note on hair color, for both boys and girls: Any artificial hair coloring, dyes, or accents should reflect naturally occurring human hair color. Moreover, artificial contrasts in hair color that do not reflect those occurring naturally for children and adolescents will not be allowed. Hair accessories should coordinate with the colors of the uniform, black, navy, or white and should not be large or distracting.

Administration reserves the right to determine compliance with the uniform policies. Students and parents are encouraged to seek guidance from their child’s teacher and, if necessary, their child’s administrator on questions regarding uniforms or dress code prior to making purchases or decisions about their child’s appearance.

Students may not wear navy pants with a navy or black shirt.

Dennis: 23-24 Elem. Boys Uniform Guidance Flyer 4-5 

Lands End: 23-24 Elem. Boys Uniform Flyer 4-5

At Community Christian School, we expect students to comply with a code of dress and general appearance that is consistent with our mission and (1) reflects current and future godly leaders, (2) provides a common and unifying appearance for CCS students, and (3) does not distract from our main purpose of providing the highest quality Christian educational experience possible.

Uniforms are required for all Kindergarten through 12th grade students. Uniform shirts are required for all K3 and K4 students. All uniform items must be purchased from Dennis Uniforms, Lands End or Everyday Image Solutions, excluding uniform shoes, socks and belts.

Students must wear the school uniform daily except for any announced non-uniform days. If a student comes to school out of uniform, parents may be called to bring the uniform so the student may attend class. Students must wear shirt tails tucked in at all times while on campus. All skirt and skort hems should not be more than 3 inches above the knee.

Uniforms must not be cut or frayed. Undergarments other than undershirts should not be visible. All undershirts should be solid white with the exception of the CCS PE uniform shirt, which may be worn as an undershirt with uniform polo shirts. Undershirts should not be seen through the shirts. Students are not permitted to wear long-sleeved undershirts under the short-sleeved uniform shirts.

Students are expected to be well-groomed, neatly dressed, and to exhibit good hygiene while on the campus. Students may not have visible tattoos or body piercings on campus or at school-related activities. Only girls may wear earrings, and earrings should be both small in size and traditional in style. Students are not allowed to wear head coverings in the classroom or any indoor facility.Any forms of dress, jewelry, make-up, hair style, hair coloring, or elements of personal appearance which are considered by administration to be extreme, distracting, or disruptive are not allowed. Hair accessories should not be large, extreme, or distracting. Students may color their hair and/or faces in school or other specified colors on announced spirit days only. Boys’ hair should be neatly groomed in a conservative style. Length should not exceed the upper range of the shoulders. Boys may not wear jewelry/accessories in their hair. Boys are not permitted to have facial hair.

A note on hair color, for both boys and girls: Any artificial hair coloring, dyes, or accents should reflect naturally occurring human hair color. Moreover, artificial contrasts in hair color that do not reflect those occurring naturally for children and adolescents will not be allowed. Hair accessories should coordinate with the colors of the uniform, black, navy, or white and should not be large or distracting.

Administration reserves the right to determine compliance with the uniform policies. Students and parents are encouraged to seek guidance from their child’s teacher and, if necessary, their child’s administrator on questions regarding uniforms or dress code prior to making purchases or decisions about their child’s appearance.

Students may not wear navy pants with a navy or black shirt.

Dennis: 23-24 Elem. Girls Uniform Guidance Flyer 4-5 

Lands End: 23-24 Elem. Girls Uniform 4-5

At Community Christian School, we expect students to comply with a code of dress and general appearance that is consistent with our mission and (1) reflects current and future godly leaders, (2) provides a common and unifying appearance for CCS students, and (3) does not distract from our main purpose of providing the highest quality Christian educational experience possible.

Uniforms are required for all Kindergarten through 12th grade students. All uniform items must be purchased from Dennis Uniforms, Lands End or Everyday Image Solutions, excluding uniform shoes, socks and belts.

Students must wear the school uniform daily except for any announced non-uniform days. If a student comes to school out of uniform, parents may be called to bring the uniform so the student may attend class. Students must wear shirt tails tucked in at all times while on campus. All skirt and skort hems should not be more than 3 inches above the knee.

Uniforms must not be cut or frayed. Undergarments other than undershirts should not be visible. All undershirts should be solid white with the exception of the CCS PE uniform shirt, which may be worn as an undershirt with uniform polo shirts. Undershirts should not be seen through the shirts. Students are not permitted to wear long-sleeved undershirts under the short-sleeved uniform shirts.

Students are expected to be well-groomed, neatly dressed, and to exhibit good hygiene while on the campus. Students may not have visible tattoos or body piercings on campus or at school-related activities. Only girls may wear earrings, and earrings should be both small in size and traditional in style. Students are not allowed to wear head coverings in the classroom or any indoor facility.Any forms of dress, jewelry, make-up, hair style, hair coloring, or elements of personal appearance which are considered by administration to be extreme, distracting, or disruptive are not allowed. Hair accessories should not be large, extreme, or distracting. Students may color their hair and/or faces in school or other specified colors on announced spirit days only. Boys’ hair should be neatly groomed in a conservative style. Length should not exceed the upper range of the shoulders. Boys may not wear jewelry/accessories in their hair. Boys are not permitted to have facial hair.

A note on hair color, for both boys and girls: Any artificial hair coloring, dyes, or accents should reflect naturally occurring human hair color. Moreover, artificial contrasts in hair color that do not reflect those occurring naturally for children and adolescents will not be allowed. Hair accessories should coordinate with the colors of the uniform, black, navy, or white and should not be large or distracting.

Administration reserves the right to determine compliance with the uniform policies. Students and parents are encouraged to seek guidance from their child’s teacher and, if necessary, their child’s administrator on questions regarding uniforms or dress code prior to making purchases or decisions about their child’s appearance.

Students may not wear navy pants with a navy or black shirt.

Dennis: 23-24 MSHS Boys Uniform Guidance Flyer 

Lands End: 23-24 MSHS Boys Uniform Guidance Flyer

At Community Christian School, we expect students to comply with a code of dress and general appearance that is consistent with our mission and (1) reflects current and future godly leaders, (2) provides a common and unifying appearance for CCS students, and (3) does not distract from our main purpose of providing the highest quality Christian educational experience possible.

Uniforms are required for all Kindergarten through 12th grade students. All uniform items must be purchased from Dennis Uniforms, Lands End or Everyday Image Solutions, excluding uniform shoes, socks and belts.

Students must wear the school uniform daily except for any announced non-uniform days. If a student comes to school out of uniform, parents may be called to bring the uniform so the student may attend class. Students must wear shirt tails tucked in at all times while on campus. All skirt and skort hems should not be more than 3 inches above the knee.

Uniforms must not be cut or frayed. Undergarments other than undershirts should not be visible. All undershirts should be solid white with the exception of the CCS PE uniform shirt, which may be worn as an undershirt with uniform polo shirts. Undershirts should not be seen through the shirts. Students are not permitted to wear long-sleeved undershirts under the short-sleeved uniform shirts.

Students are expected to be well-groomed, neatly dressed, and to exhibit good hygiene while on the campus. Students may not have visible tattoos or body piercings on campus or at school-related activities. Only girls may wear earrings, and earrings should be both small in size and traditional in style. Students are not allowed to wear head coverings in the classroom or any indoor facility.Any forms of dress, jewelry, make-up, hair style, hair coloring, or elements of personal appearance which are considered by administration to be extreme, distracting, or disruptive are not allowed. Hair accessories should not be large, extreme, or distracting. Students may color their hair and/or faces in school or other specified colors on announced spirit days only. Boys’ hair should be neatly groomed in a conservative style. Length should not exceed the upper range of the shoulders. Boys may not wear jewelry/accessories in their hair. Boys are not permitted to have facial hair.

A note on hair color, for both boys and girls: Any artificial hair coloring, dyes, or accents should reflect naturally occurring human hair color. Moreover, artificial contrasts in hair color that do not reflect those occurring naturally for children and adolescents will not be allowed. Hair accessories should coordinate with the colors of the uniform, black, navy, or white and should not be large or distracting.

Administration reserves the right to determine compliance with the uniform policies. Students and parents are encouraged to seek guidance from their child’s teacher and, if necessary, their child’s administrator on questions regarding uniforms or dress code prior to making purchases or decisions about their child’s appearance.

Students may not wear navy pants with a navy or black shirt.

Dennis: 23-24 MSHS Girls Uniform Guidance Flyer

Lands End: 23-24 MSHS Girls Uniform Flyer

Non-Uniform Days

On Tuesdays, spirit shirts may be worn with solid blue jeans or any approved uniform bottoms. Spirit attire must be in good condition. Shorts, jeggings, colored or bedazzled jeans, or capris are not permitted. Students may wear any tennis shoes with socks on spirit day. If tennis shoes are not worn, an approved uniform shoe must be worn. Boots are not permitted. Students must appear neat and well-groomed. Clothing, including jeans, should not have rips or holes.

All students have the option of wearing current CCS logo outerwear over their spirit wear or uniforms on Tuesdays. Students must follow the uniform dress code if they do not wear official CCS spirit wear. Spirit wear, including club and/or athletic sweatshirts or t-shirts, may only be worn on Tuesdays.

Although it is in the spirit of CCS to have occasional dress-down/dress-up days, there are guidelines in effect regarding acceptable dress for all students.

Students may wear appropriate jeans, collared or nice shirts/t-shirts (no musical group or distracting logos), tennis shoes, or regular shoes. Backless shoes and flip-flops are not to be worn. The heel height on all shoes should be no more than one inch. Clothing, including jeans, should not have rips or holes. Clothing must fit and be of modest length (shorts for elementary students must have a 5-inch inseam); tops should cover the midriff and shoulders at all times (no tank tops); jeans must be worn at the waist.

At the discretion of the school’s administration, any students inappropriately dressed on any announced dress-down day will have to have appropriate clothing brought to school so they can return to class. Multiple dress-down infractions will result in the loss of dress-down privileges.

Students may wear appropriate pants, jeans, dresses, skorts, skirts, collared or nice shirts/t-shirts (no musical group or distracting logos), tennis shoes, or regular shoes.

Backless shoes and flip-flops are not to be worn. The heel height on all shoes should be no more than one inch. Clothing, including jeans, should not have rips or holes. Shorts, leggings, or sweat pants are not permitted. The key is modest dress: clothing must fit and be of modest length (dresses, skorts, and skirts should be no more than three inches above the knee); tops should cover the midriff and shoulders at all times (no tank tops); pants must be worn at the waist.

At the discretion of the school’s administration, any students inappropriately dressed on any announced dress-down day will have to have appropriate clothing brought to school so they can return to class. Multiple dress-down infractions will result in the loss of dress-down privileges.